Trump Visits Boeing Plant In St. Louis, Talks Up Tax ReformPresident Trump is touring a Boeing plant in St. Louis Wednesday, in part to talk up the tax overhaul his party passed three months ago.
Missouri Governor Indicted On Felony Invasion Of Privacy ChargeA St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair.
Duckworth Will Not 'Mindlessly Cater To Whims Of Cadet Bone Spurs'An Illinois senator calls President Donald Trump "Cadet Bone Spurs" in response to his comments that Democrats are "treasonous" for not applauding at his State of the Union address last week.
Incoming Snow, Ice Could Impact Driving ConditionsSnow is expected in the northern portions of the state, with accumulations between 1 and 3 inches. Areas around and south of Interstate 44 could receive freezing rain and ice, according to forecasts.
Giraffe Born at Kansas City Zoo Weighs 105 PoundsThis little girl is as cute as can be!
Jake Bain's Success Story To Be Featured At Blues Pride NightAt tonight's 2nd annual Pride Night, the Blues will recognized the John Burroughs senior who's story became national news, last year.
Scientists Say It's Okay to Eat BugsIt's a plentiful food source that is also nutritious, and scientists say it's safe to go ahead and eat bugs.
Austin Peterson Adds His Name to Senate RaceMore trouble for Josh Hawley's quest to unseat Claire McCaskill.
Fifteen People Sue Harris-Stowe for DiscriminationA Harris-Stowe spokesperson didn't return our calls for comment.
Changes in MRI Coverage Could Help Diagnose More PatientsA possible change to expand MRI coverage for patients with implantable cardiac devices.
Hacking Concerns Grow as More Devices Connect to InternetThink about the fact that your refrigerator, your thermostat and other appliances can be accessed online, so they have their own IP address.
St. Louis' Homeless Problem Extends to Kids and TeensThey see homeless teens as young as 10.

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